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Thank you to a very generous soul who has allowed me to give a number of hours solid coding into the Project:  THANK YOU.

 

Colorbox v1.6.3 is now Core

 

Customer Testimonials is now Core (part of SEO updates)

 

New Navbar Module for Testimonials is now Core

 

Thank you.  Thanks also to all the testers of the above, as always.

 

Being Tested

Products Meta (part of SEO updates)


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@@burt,

I also noticed that when you have 2 items in the cart, the stripes for the second item are light, and there is no visual clue as to where the content ends and the subtotals begin.

I just took a mental note, but since I'm not versed in bootstrap css, didn't know if/hw easy it would be to change this ...


KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON

I do not use the responsive bootstrap version since i coded my responsive version earlier, but i have bought every 28d of code package to support burts effort and keep this forum alive (albeit more like on life support).

So if you are still here ? What are you waiting for ?!

 

Find the most frequent unique errors to fix:

grep "PHP" php_error_log.txt | sed "s/^.* PHP/PHP/g" |grep "line" |sort | uniq -c | sort -r > counterrors.txt

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I have just installed the default 2.3.4BS, and nothing has been modified yet in the default database.  However, in admin, when I click on the link for Categories/Products, I get a blank page, with no errors.

 

Ron

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@@rwest

 

Blank page as in a total white screen or normal store page but just without any products being displayed?

 

Dan

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Blank page, as in totally white blank page.

 

If 5.3 is minimum PHP version, my problem is that my live site (OSC v.2.2) is on the same server.  I am concerned that upgrading PHP might break something. 

 

I will be upgrading from PHP 5.2.17.  How should I proceed?

 

Ron

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Set up a localhost test server. I suggest "Uniserver" as it is simple.

 

It's a mistake to try to make a side-by-side site on the same hosting account, as you may very easily, with 1 wrong move or lack of concentration or not backing up or whatever...nuke your live site. Then you really are in trouble.


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Sounds like sage advice, Burt.  Thank you.  Nobody at my host site's support ever told me about this.

 

Is Uniserver the same as Uniform Server?  That's what my search matches.

 

Ron

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Sorry yes - Uniform Server.

 

In my opinion, always wisest to keep "live site" and "test site" as far apart as possible.


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I have installed a test site on Uniform Server. Thanks again.

 

Using Uniform Server, I take it there is no way to change permissions on files?  Or make the admin's security check happy?

 

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SEO is now fully integrated into the Core (of Edge).  Thank you to the one from this forum who made it possible for me to devote some time to this, and to @@altoid and @@Dan Cole for all the time you guys spent testing and commenting. 


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SEO is now fully integrated into the Core (of Edge).  Thank you to the one from this forum who made it possible for me to devote some time to this, and to @@altoid and @@Dan Cole for all the time you guys spent testing and commenting. 

 

Does that mean it incorporates the SEO reloaded module? thanks

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@@valquiria23 The Github development can be found here.  There a list of contributions that play nicely with the responsive version.  Let me see if I can find it. 

 

Dan

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@@valquiria23  Here is the list I was thinking about.  It doesn't look like it is completely up to date but I'll get you started.  If you're looking for something in particular have a look in the add on area.  It is pretty dated too but will give you an idea of what might be available or what you might be able to use with a little work.

 

Dan

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Thank you Dan !!! You're a genius :D

 

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If you have a look at my Github and SourceTree Leader needed thread you won't think so. :x

 

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Hi Burt, I've just downloaded a copy of EDGE and compared the checkout_shipping_address.php file to mine that is installed, they are identical. In my store, you cannot change the address during checkout because there is no input field for town/suburb. So the customer cannot move forward in entering a new shipping address.

 

Since the files are identical, this seems to be a bug in BS EDGE, would that be right?

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